Compulsory third party (CTP) insurance – Also called a’green slip’, this covers injury and death to people if you’re involved in an incident. Each state and territory has different rules about this kind of cover, so check your state or territory traffic/transport authority to learn more.
Third party property insurance – Covers the repair costs of property damage your vehicle causes. Some policies also have an ‘uninsured driver extension’ that covers you if you’re in an accident caused by another driver, and they aren’t insured.
Third party property, theft and fire – Covers damage to other people’s property and gives limited cover for damage to your car due to theft or fire.
Comprehensive auto insurance – Covers damage to your car and other people’s property if your car is in an accident (like fire) as well as theft. Before picking a company, we recommend looking at best car insurance in …